Translations:On Dunhill Tinned Tobacco/28/en

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Similar changes were made in the larger 8 ounce tin.

With prices spiraling up to between $2.50 to $3.50 for a four ounce tin, the mid to late ‘60s saw the first major packaging change in Dunhill tins in nearly a half century with the replacement of the 4 ounce paper labeled knife-lid tins with 4 inch diameter, 2 inch tall painted ‘coin-twist’ tin with the weight in ounces stamped on the bottom. In addition the warrant on the label was changed to read "[Royal Crest] By Appointment [/] To Her Majesty the Queen [/] Suppliers of Smokers’ Requisites". The My Mixture tin labels were further changed by eliminating the facsimile red seal and introducing the long tail "dunhill"